Web Coding Bible (18 Books in 1 — HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, SQL, XML, SVG, Canvas, WebGL, Java Applet, ActionScript, htaccess, jQuery, WordPress, SEO and many more): An Accelerated Course

This special-sized book teaches all essential web technologies from A to Z. Skillfully written, extremely succinct, with a lot of tables, diagrams, examples and screen output, it touches the latest experimental technology in action. Covering some hardly documented ‘tricks’ beyond the basics, this book guarantees to transform an Internet newcomer to an accomplished web developer. For every web developer, it is a handy must-have.

As we know, various web technologies are interconnected and it is impossible to fully master one technology without knowing another. Traditionally, a serious web developer needs to rely on several books or sources when coding a website. This book represents an all-in-one solution. It presents to you a holistic view of all essential web technologies. It means spending less money and time in learning more.

The topics include HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, AJAX, SQL, XML, XPath, XSD, XQuery, XSLT, SVG, Canvas, WebGL, Java Applet, Flash ActionScript, Red5, Firebase, WebRTC, htaccess, mod rewrite, jQuery, cURL, WordPress, SEO etc.

Please visit the following website for detailed information about the book: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Chong_Lip_Phang_Web_Coding_Bible_HTML_CSS_Javascri?id=5hhbBgAAQBAJ

Product Features

  • Web Coding Bible 18 Books in 1 HTML CSS JavaScript PHP SQL XML Svg Canvas Webgl Java Applet ActionScript Htaccess Jquery WordPress S

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3 Comments

Baron on 03/26/2018 at 2:51 AM.

Five Stars

Becky Ann on 03/26/2018 at 3:07 AM.

Five Stars

Tibbie on 03/26/2018 at 3:21 AM.

FIVE STARS PLUS. EXCELLENT RESOURCE FOR EVERYONE–regardless of knowledge or skill. Great book! I was contacted by the author and given this book for no charge to review. As an engineer with 35 years experience in the computer industry, I have taken countless corporate classes, community college, technical college and University classes to learn new things and keep my skills updated. I learned BASIC and CPM in the late 1970’s so things have come a long long ways.In all these classes I have had expensive text books, expensive class notes (from bookstores), or stacks of copied…